With World Cup fever in full swing, thoughts will soon turn to attempting to organise a few games of 5-a-side.
Then you remember trying to sort it all out is like herding cats into a small bag and you forget all about it.
That’s where Scaboodle comes in with their event management apps.
With the apps you can invite friends, sort out a time and place and hopefully get to kick a ball around. Afterwards you can dissect it all and share all your photos.
If you’re not interested in organising your own, you can also search through other open events to something that piques your interest.
It’s not just for the sportsball fans as it’s flexible enough for any sort of event.
Everything from creating the event to posting afterwards is quick and easy. The little cartoons throughout add a nice bit of personality to what could otherwise be a dry process.
The app is available now on the Apple App Store, Google Play and the Windows Phone Store for free.
Do you have an Irish app (especially an Android one)? Let us know: Broadsheet@broadsheet.ie
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Neil Turner (of the Broadsheet Windows Phone app and Bus Nearby) has released his latest Windows Phone app, Fuel Nearby.
Using data from Pumps.ie, it lets you know the price of petrol and diesel as well as the services available in stations close to your current location.
It also lets you save your favourite so you don’t have to go searching for them.
It’s available now on the Windows Phone App Store for free (and with a promise of no ads or in-app purchases in the future).
For iOS and Android users, there are existing apps (by other developers) available on the Apple App Store and Google Play.
Do you have an Irish app? Broadsheet@broadsheet.ie
As always, no favours, cuddles, or pints were given for this post. Some guidelines on submission are here.